They are changing their plans - Bolt is gone (you can stay on it for now, but it will be phased out) - base speed for Lightning is 9Mbps, Lightning 10 is 10Mbps, and they are planning to roll out even faster speeds this summer apparently - up to 50Mbps?
I decided to downgrade from Bolt to Lightning 10 for the $10 savings - that's how I knew about the changes. They are apparently going to be announcing "higher speeds" at the end of the summer, maybe coinciding with the LTE announcements?
I was also told that people on existing plans are able to remain on them, including Max and Bolt. There also seemed like there was a Lighting30 plan however the person I spoke with could not find details. I suspect anything over 20 might end up being marketed as a small business service. I also wonder if the plans over Lighting20 will be fiber only.
I don't know if this is still true but years ago the business plan customers received a higher level of service / support from MTS if their link was down.
I remember hearing when MPI got rid of their dial up system they told the Autopac agents they were free to choose what ever major internet provider they wanted (MTS, Shaw, Westman), but they were required to have the business internet plan because of the better response time if there was a problem.